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About Avner Gat Public Insurance Adjusters

We are a team of experienced adjusters that work hard to help you get properly compensated while you recover from a loss to your home.  We represent you and protect your interests – NOT the interests of the insurance company.

Our main objective is to get you paid every dollar you are owed under your policy. Our service is no upfront cost to you as we work on a contingency basis only and our fees are based solely on a percentage of the claim payments we bring you. Therefore, we are motivated to bring you the maximum amount available under your policy in the shortest amount of time. If you’ve recently suffered a loss to your property, contact us to discuss your claim.


In most cases, insurance policyholders do not have much experience negotiating with their insurance companies. Corporate adjusters often ask leading questions and misinterpret your words and actions to suit their needs. This practice enables them to belittle or deny your loss. A public adjuster can step in to fight for you! An early mistake could end up costing thousands of dollars! Although your insurance company is required to inform you of all coverages that may be triggered by your loss, they frequently fail to disclose or explain this information. You may not be aware of your full entitlement. An insurance claims public adjuster in Los Angeles can review your policy while helping you understand what parts of your claim will be covered.


We are always willing to talk to you about your situation at absolutely no cost to you. You can decide from there if you would like to move forward and meet with us. If you decide you want to meet with us, then we will come to you and provide a free assessment of your claim and a review of the coverage afforded under your policy. At this point, you will be able to decide if you would like to retain our services. Once we are retained, we are completely committed to providing you with exceptional claim service. We are all licensed and bonded as required by the California Department of Insurance.